Perfect: YouTube video featuring Sinatra, Jack Black, Bono and Cher

Rob Cantor and Andrew Horowitz perform Perfect
Rob Cantor and Andrew Horowitz perform Perfect

WASHINGTON, July 3, 2012 – The newest You Tube viral video is Perfect (in the way that you are) featuring the vocal talents of Frank Sinatra, Kermit the Frog, Christina Aguilera, Bob Dylan and Björk.

And Rob Cantor.

This You Tube sensation has generated more than three million views while singing his original song, Perfect, accompanied by pianist Andrew Horowitz. And there is little doubt he should do this song on Late Night and duet with Jimmy Fallon.

Letting each new persona sing a line or two, Cantor keeps the impressions going – most of them spot on including vocal and facial inflections – throughout the almost three-and-a-half minute video.

Talking to, Cantor said “I’m absolutely floored by the response to my new video. Never in my wildest dreams did I predict it would spread like this.”

Hopefully we will be hearing more from this talented duo, because even without the cast of 29 celebrity impressions, the song is really good in a Bruno Mars sort of way.

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